Member Project Photos – Johnny Jump Up Cane – Polymer Clay Jewelry

Polymer Clay Artists “I just finished
watching the Johnny
Jump Up Cane video and
you are right by saying
that it would make me
smile!” ~Lori-F

This blog is a community meeting spot for polymer clay artists of all skill levels. It is a place for learning and applying new techniques that have been taught over at the Polymer Clay Tutor Video Library.

And for everyone’s benefit, enjoyment, inspiration… there is a Facebook Photo Gallery that makes it quick and easy to share pictures of your polymer clay projects.

The selection of Vol-023-4 Polymer Clay Johnny Jump Up Images showcased below, is just a very small sampling from the 491 Facebook photos uploaded to date. Way to go guys! As your Tutor, it makes me very proud to see how much everyone is accomplishing.

Hi Cindy, Just wanted to tell you that I just finished watching the Johnny Jump Up Cane video and you are right by saying that it would make me smile! I am going through a series of difficult life/health issues with my family and self lately and your videos are very much bright spots to me during this time! I look forward to each new one to come out! You are so much more than just a Polymer Clay Tutor – you are a ray of sunshine to those who are under dark rain clouds too! Thank you so much for being the person who you are and for ALL that you do for others! xoxoxoxoxoxo. ~Lori-F

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Click here: Johnny Jump Up Cane reviews.

To watch a video intro clip for the Vol-023-4 Polymer Clay Tutorial, click here: Johnny Jump Up Pansy Cane


Member Project Photos: Johnny Jump Up Jewelry

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The Polymer Clay Johnny Jump Up Cane Project photos posted above were submitted by: (1) Rose-V and (2) Linda-B. If you have any questions or compliments for these talented polymer clay artists, please use the comment section below.

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  1. Lupe Meter, 21 October, 2010

    These are beautiful! Awesome work!

  2. Jeanne C., 21 October, 2010

    They are absolutly beautiful! Great job. :)

  3. Joyce M, 21 October, 2010

    So cheerful, they certainly bring out the sunshine and a smile. Beautiful work, congratulations.

  4. pollyanna, 21 October, 2010

    Wow these are fantastic!!!

  5. Catalina, 21 October, 2010

    These make me wish Spring would come, like, NOW! Super job! Love the bead in the center of the flowers! Really adds to the piece.

  6. Phaedrakat, 22 October, 2010

    Lovely work, Rose & Linda!!! I just love the Johnny Jump Up…such a cute little flower, and it translates to upbeat, cheerful jewelry! Thanks for sharing such beauty & cheer!

  7. Lorraine Coetzee, 22 October, 2010

    WOW WOW, this is stunning. All the items are so gorgeous, ladies. Well done. I agree with Lori-F, I can’t wait for Fridays. And just like Lori-F, I am very ill, with no hope to ever recover, and your tuts has become a huge part of my life. Thanks so much for everything. XX

  8. Phaedrakat, 25 October, 2010

    @Lorraine Coetzee: It speaks volumes about Cindy, her tutorials, this community, and the wonderful healing power (and fabulous joy) we get from our preferred medium — Polymer Clay! — that inspiring people such as yourself and Lori spend your days here when you need a boost. Our lovely Tutor and Polymer Clay definitely bring it…they have lit up many a Friday for me!

    I have seen things you write on Facebook, Lorraine, and I love the way your creativity grows stronger (and your work — love it!) You remain cheerful most days, an admirable thing given your fight sickness. I have sent you a private message, as well, but I just wanted to say that having Cindy’s tutes and some clay can really cheer a person up when times are tough. Life can come at ya a zillion different ways (and sometimes it feels like it’s happening all at once…)

    I think you are an inspiration, Lorraine…so is Lori F., and so many other clayers fighting through their pain (or not feeling that pain, because they’re lost in the fun we call CLAYIN’!) I wish you all the best…I’m trying to forward positive energy to all of you. I’m so glad you discovered Cindy Lietz — our Polymer Clay Tutor, who makes every Friday happy with her amazing tutorials! The days in-between are pretty awesome, too. That’s a good time to put the techniques through their paces & bring out our own creativity…
    Happy thoughts go out to you… Hugs, Kat

  9. Elizabeth S., 22 October, 2010

    As usual, can’t decide which is my favorite. Beautiful!

  10. Lisa Whitham, 22 October, 2010

    Beautiful work ladies..!! I’m starting on a Johnny Jump Up Cane today… Wish me luck! *lol*

    Peace, Love, & Clay,
    ~Lisa :)

  11. Lorraine Coetzee, 25 October, 2010

    Kat, you are so special. Thanks so much for your kind words. I am very blessed to have you all in my life, to create and share is very special. Thanks to you, all the other friends here, and to you too, Cindy, for blessing us with your talent and kindness. Happy “clayin” everybody. XX

  12. Linda K., 26 October, 2010

    OMG! Rose and Linda, you must have heard me gasp in amazement (all the way to wherever you live) when I saw these beautiful creations. Cindy must be so proud!

  13. Elly Moore, 29 October, 2010

    Awesome pictures, the flowers are just beautiful!!. Think I will start working on my canes…

  14. pattw, 29 October, 2010

    You are so talented ! Beautiful work -so many ways to use this pretty Johnny Jump Up cane. Thanks for posting. It is always such a treat when our group shows their “Take” on Cindy’s tutes. It is an inspiration to all of us……….

  15. Loretta Carstensen, 29 October, 2010

    very pretty, Ladies. I haven’t tried this one yet. You have inspired me.

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